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The enemy at Ashland. A gentleman who was on the train bringing down the sick and wounded, which was captured by the enemy at Ashland, gives the following addiAshland, gives the following additional particulars: The train approached Ashland about four o'clock Sunday evening. A negro warned it a mile and a half beyond the town of some danger but our iAshland about four o'clock Sunday evening. A negro warned it a mile and a half beyond the town of some danger but our informant says he was unheeded — nobody would take the responsibility of stopping the train, which ran into the town and into the hands of the Yankees before it was s
One of them had most important papers on his person.
The Yankees burnt at Ashland two locomotives and tenders and some cars.
They tore up a mile or two of road, destroyed all the bridges from Ashland to within five miles of Richmond, and cut the telegraph.
They injured no private property.
They got a mail, and among o kely prolong their sojourn in the Slashes.
Our informant had to walk from Ashland, and reached the city yesterday at mid-day.--He understood the Yankees to be m